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Gwyneth Paltrow makes being svelte look easy, but the actress tells Oprah Winfrey that she finds it nearly impossible to stick to a diet.
"I just cannot diet," Paltrow, 35, says on The Oprah Winfrey show airing Wednesday. "I think maybe it's the idea that you can't have something ... I just can't do it."
Instead of counting calories, the slender Oscar-winner prefers to work up a sweat. "It's worth it to me to do that extra exercise so I can eat what I want and not think about it."
... from a UNICEF/Malawi Benefit
And she surely looks good here!
Gwyneth Paltrow looks positively flawless on the July 2008 cover of Harper’s Bazaar, out June 17.
In the mag, the mother-of-two talks about staying in shape: “All the negative things have actually ended up being really positive because they’ve kick-started me into thinking how I want to look for the rest of my life.”
Continued Gwyn, “And you know, I don’t want to look like a mother who doesn’t care. For myself, for my work and for my relationship, I want to look good.”
Cannes has been injected with more than a hint of Hollywood style this week as a host of stars from the world of film and music attend its film festival.
Gwyneth Paltrow lead the pack as she strolled down the red carpet to the premiere of her new film Two Lovers in a stunning black Stella McCatrney dress.
In the drama film Gwyneth plays the volatile neighbor of a depressed man (Joaquin Phoenix) who moves back in with his parents.
Phoenix, though, was unable to attend the premiere as is in hospital being treated for severe vomiting and dehydration.
Source: My Park Mag
Gwyneth Paltrow is looking a little unusual on the cover of the new V magazine. She generally tends to look very straight-up polished, but this is wacky for her.
In the interview she gave to V Magazine she talks about her macrobiotic diet.
I was macrobiotic for about three or four years, but when I got pregnant with Apple I wanted french fries, grilled cheese, and yoghurt, so it kind of went out the window. I couldn’t look at brown rice. It made me throw up. But being macrobiotic is basically about eating local, organic, seasonal food that isn’t processed, and that’s how I eat now, so it’s not that different. I haven’t eaten meat for about fifteen years. I eat fish, a little bit of dairy — not much milk — but I love cheese. We’ll make chocolate chip cookies and eat them, but sugar makes me feel pretty bad. I have coffee and wine. I’ve got lots of lovely vices.
Source: V Magazine
Gwyneth Paltrow had so much fun making summer blockbuster Iron Man, she is ready to sign up for a sequel.
But the actress confesses she has no idea if it'll be a big enough success to warrant a second installment, because she hasn't seen the film in it's entirety yet.
The Oscar winner reveals, "They wouldn't give me a DVD... Everybody seems to like it and I've no idea what I'm talking about...
"I think it could be an ongoing theme... I had so much fun doing it."
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Gwyneth Paltrow's pay cheque for Iron Man will be her first in six years, the Hollywood actress has revealed.
The star said she got sick of making big budget films and started opting for smaller, independent projects – but the downside was that she was expected to work for free.
And Paltrow insists that the Iron Man blockbuster, in which she stars as Virginia "Pepper" Potts alongside Robert Downey Jr, is the first time since then that she has actually been paid for her services.
She says: "I basically stopped making money from films in 2002. All the things I have done since then have been things I really wanted to do. And I have not made money from them."
Gwyneth Paltrow has slammed reports she snubbed a party held in her honor, insisting she never intended to attend the event.
Paramount Pictures executives spared no expense in throwing an extravagant bash for the 'Iron Man' star, intended as a thank-you for her hard work on the film's recent promotional tour.
Studio bosses reportedly lavished $120,000 on the private celebration at London restaurant Cocoon on Thursday, inviting 30 of her closest family and friends and supplying Perrier Jouet champagne and vodka cocktails that she was said to have requested.
Arrangements for a private entrance were also in place for the arrival of the actress and her husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, in keeping with their pact never to be photographed together.
But at the last minute, Paltrow, 35, disappointed guests, including her in-laws Anthony and Alison Martin, when she and her husband instead went for an impromptu meal with her 'Iron Man' co-star Robert Downey Jr.
However, the actress is adamant she had not promised to be at the affair.
On Saturday, Paltrow's spokesperson said: "Gwyneth was never meant to attend the afterparty. She was at a taping of the Jonathan Ross show which ran late and then she went home to be with her children. Everyone was told weeks ago that she would not be attending.
"She has said many times that she deliberately does not make public appearances with her husband."
Gwyneth Paltrow reveals in the May issue of Vogue that she battled post-partum depression after welcoming her second child, son Moses, in 2006.
“I didn’t know I had it until after it was over," the actress, 35, says. "I just didn’t know what was wrong with me."
She suspects her depression stemmed from scaling back on her usual pre-baby treatments like acupuncture.
"I felt really out of my body," Paltrow says after giving birth. "I felt really disconnected. I felt really down ... I felt pessimistic.”
Paltrow also scaled her career back to focus on mommyhood. (Daughter Apple turns 4 in May; son Moses is 2. Click here to see how Paltrow and other stars bundled up their kids for winter.)
The actress — who returns to the big screen in May's Iron Man — has found her comfort level tackling both, her mother Blythe Danner recently told Usmagazine.com.
"She didn't set out to be a movie star — she set out to be a wonderful actress," Danner said.
“But motherhood is very important to her, as it was to me, and I think she's finding balance.”
Danner also dismissed rumors that Paltrow's 4-year marriage to Coldplay crooner Chris Martin is on the rocks.
“Good god, it's just so tragic that people have to make up stuff,” she told Us. “I've never seen two happier parents — or people — so I don't get it.”"
Source: US Magazine
Gwyneth Paltrow calls the rumors concerning her marriage "ridiculous" – in fact, it's her role as a wife and mom that gives her the most joy.
"Having a family has made me feel whole," Paltrow, 35, tells British Glamour in its May issue. "I used to always be searching and always lonely. I never feel like that any more."
And she's quick to quash those break up stories circulating: "You will never see us out publicly," she states referring to her husband, Coldplay frontman Chris Martin. "We just don't want to be one of those couples."
"It evolved that way," she explains, admitting she has been known to let her guard down, much to the disappointment of her husband of five years. "He gets furious if I say something about him."
Referring to a recent incident where she declined to reveal her husband's whereabouts to the press, she recalls: "They were like, 'You're breaking up.' ... Ridiculous."
Paltrow has kept a low profile since giving birth to her son, Moses, who celebrated turning 2 with a fiesta Tuesday. But reveals she's happy to talk about her kids and their personalities.
"Apple is an open person," she says of the almost 4-year-old. "She's Taurus; grounded, calm, funny. Moses is Aries, he's the most sweet, sensitive thing but then he'll kick and karate-chop and spit and tumble. He's a real boy."
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